Flight Training Columbus, Georgia
Do you want to learn to fly planes for fun or pay? Either way, flight training is essential, and Paragon Flight near Columbus, Georgia, can produce ideal results. We’re highly rated and prepared with all components for custom-created instruction.
Paragon Flight is a leading flight training provider located in LaGrange, Georgia. We operate with dual authorization by the FAA under Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Parts 61 and 141. You will not find a more qualified avenue of aviation instruction.
Paragon Flight can provide better quality training than other flight schools with these certifications. We are also able to welcome students who require full-time or part-time training.
Types of Pilot Training at Paragon Flight
Private Pilot License (PPL) – single-engine flight abilities in clear weather
Instrument Flight Rating (IFR) – prepares pilots to fly in other conditions by using navigation and communication equipment
Multi-Engine License (MEL) – multi-engine flight abilities
Cirrus Certified Aircraft Training – qualifies pilots to operate Cirrus SR series aircraft
Glass Cockpit Tech Training – trains pilots to fly using Glass Cockpit tech
Airline and Commercial Pilot Training, Single and Multi-Engine (CSEL/CMEL) – prepares pilots to fly single-engine or multi-engine aircraft, respectively, for compensation.
Certified Flight Instructor (CFI, CFII, MEI) prepares pilots to provide single-engine, instrument flight, and multi-engine training.
Initial Flight Orientation (IFO) – prepares for basic training
Single Engine Recurrent Training (SERT) – prepares crews through scenario-based training
Rotary Wing to Fixed Wing Transition Training – helps military and civilian helicopter pilots become airline pilots
Aircraft Transition and Differences Training – helps pilots transition to new aircraft.
This training is available here at Paragon Flight, and we can build a course that suits your schedule and learning style. With the ideal aircraft, instructors, and curriculum, we deliver successful experiences.
Essentials of Flight Training
A flight school needs many elements for flight training to be successful, but the three primary ones include instructors, aircraft, and curriculum. Paragon Flight has all three, perfectly and abundantly.
The Certified Flight Instructors at Paragon Flight are well-prepared for the training they provide. Additionally, we can provide a best-fit match for our students so that the instructor works with each student’s learning style and goals. If you find that the original flight instructor provided doesn’t mesh with your personality, or you’re uncomfortable, let us know, and we’ll sub out for a better fit.
The aircraft that we provide is equally well-suited to the training that we provide. Our fleet includes the Piper PA28 “Pilot” model for single-engine flight training and the PA-44 Seminole for multi-engine practical experience. The Cirrus SR20 is for primary training, transition and differences training, high-performance endorsements, and rental opportunities. Finally, the ALSIM simulator rounds out our fleet with a realistic simulated practice experience that saves our students money and time as they hone their skills and accrue flight hours.
The final leg of our stool is the curriculum that we utilize. The Jeppesen curriculum, produced by the subsidiary of Boeing, allows users to help pilots become ready 30% faster than the national average, and we’re one of the few armed with its use.
Click here or call (706) 903-9337 if you’d like to participate in the outstanding flight training that Paragon Flight offers at its LaGrange location near Columbus, Georgia.